Forrester Boyd News July 2019

  • 29th July 2019

Excited to see East Lindsey Business Awards 2019 entries

Alan Nesbitt, partner at leading regional accountancy firm Forrester Boyd is delighted to have been invited to assist in judging this year’s East Lindsey Business Awards. “As a lar...

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  • 29th July 2019

MTD sign-up deadlines

The first quarterly VAT returns required to be submitted under MTD are for the period to 30 June 2019, and the filing deadline is 7 August. However, as this is the first MTD return...

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  • 26th July 2019

Remember what was in the Budget?

Moving Budget dates, Autumn statements and the tendency to announce changes at least a year in advance mean that it can be hard to keep up with what is happening and when. As a cas...

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  • 24th July 2019

Off-Payroll (IR35) private sector reforms – Will it affect you?

The Government plan to introduce the reformed Off-Payroll (IR35) working rules in the private sector in April 2020 and have issued a policy paper detailing the rules. If you are a ...

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  • 18th July 2019

Don’t leave your next VAT return until the last minute

For VAT returns (period ending June 30th) you have until 7th August to submit your return. If your taxable turnover is above £85,000, you will need to ensure you have properly regi...

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  • 16th July 2019

Something smells Phishy

More and more commonly, those annoying emails requesting our personal details keep finding their way into our inbox. This is called phishing. Email scams are now alarmingly sophist...

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  • 10th July 2019

Warning to landlords: pay up or risk the consequences

In the past year HMRC has collected £42m additional tax from landlords who have failed to pay their tax on rental income. This figure is double the previous year’s figure of £21m. ...

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  • 9th July 2019

Construction sector facing government clampdown on VAT fraud

The government announced in the Spring Statement their intent to pursue legislation to shift responsibility for paying VAT along the supply chain with the introduction of a domesti...

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  • 2nd July 2019

Viking FM’s Cash For Kids beneficiary of directors donations

The Institute of Directors (IoD) lunch during Humber Business Week has led to a donation of £845 being made to Viking FM’s Cash for Kids. The launch day of Humber Business Week is ...

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